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fence sitter

n. Informal
One who takes a position of neutrality or indecision, as in a controversial matter.

fence′-sit′ting (-sĭt′ĭng) n.
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Also relevant is that the argument for constructive ambiguity - in which Labour's fence-sitting on Brexit was credited with its relatively strong election performance last June - is losing traction.
But come tomorrow, Mancunians will be either Red or Blue, no fence-sitting allowed.
Tata Value Homes pioneered affordable housing in India and continues to introduce innovative offers to encourage fence-sitting buyers to take a first step towards owning a home.
Whatever happens, one thing is clear: The Floyd Mayweather versus Connor McGregor bout does not allow for fence-sitting.
Perhaps when we Google 'creative technologist' this time next year, we'll see a little less fence-sitting.
I have not come to a conclusion, as I am still meeting with constituents and reviewing materials," Al Green said in a statement, echoing comments from other fence-sitting lawmakers.
The militant Left stirred up and sustained the rage of the grassroots, but Atom and its allied organizations like Bandila (Bansang Nagkakaisa sa Diwa at Layunin) coaxed the fence-sitting middle class off its comfortable perch and eventually helped form enough of a critical mass to topple the dictatorship in the historic Edsa People Power revolt in February 1986.
For more call For more call 09050 700 445 09050 700 445 Aquarius Jan 21 - Feb 19 FENCE-sitting isn't allowed today, no matter how great the view.
Its climax involves a fence-sitting character who ends up taking decisive action, kind of like Mookie in Do the Right Thing.
Sadie Weiner, campaign director of Hagan blasted Tillis for his dithering and said he was spinelessly fence-sitting on national security threats.
Which fence-sitting Scot might be lured to our side of his splintery throne by Gyles Brandreth, a plummyvoiced failed Tory MP and knitwear enthusiast?